Some teams are out preparing for the upcoming 2016 college football season by going on camps all over the country. The Wisconsin Badgers, however, are doing something for their community first.
On Thursday, the Wisconsin football team spent the day entertaining Wisconsin Upside Down, an organization dedicated to individuals with Down Syndrome.
They brought in some of the kids with the organization and made them feel like Badgers for a day.
The day included running out of the tunnel, playing a pickup game at Camp Randall Stadium, getting autographs, and hanging out with Wisconsin’s mascot, Bucky.
Some of the great moments were captured in an awesome video.
This will give you a good #FridayFeeling.
— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) June 10, 2016
— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) June 9, 2016
It is hard not to smile at something like this. The Badgers helped put a smile on these kids’ faces and it is certainly an experience they will never forget. I am sure Wisconsin just gained a few more fans for this upcoming season.
*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports